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RECOAT WINDOW (TIME)

A period beginning at a point when a coat of paint has dried or cured sufficiently to be topcoated and ending when the coating has reached a degree of cure that topcoating is not recommended without an additional surface preparation procedure such as the application of a bond coat or abrading the surface.


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